Alesia Krush

Alesia explores the different ways technology impacts people and businesses. Marketing and communications at ObjectStyle. Information and coffee addict. Neil Gaiman fan.


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Making things reliable in a software-dominated world

Quality Assurance

These days, in an ever increasing number of instances, we depend on software to facilitate everyday tasks. And, since fragility stands in direct proportion to complexity, the websites, programs and IoT devices we use may fail us for various reasons.

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Re-imagining the shopping experience with Computer Vision and AI

Machine Learning

Computer vision is yet another technology that was made possible in the wake of the recent AI revolution. You can now train a computer to distinguish between objects in images and videos. This opens a world of opportunities for online and offline commerce.

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How deep learning helps healthcare and weather forecasting industries achieve more with less

Machine Learning

Deep learning is enjoying a momentum now. Many companies are waking up to its potential, and with a whole slew of fresh case studies published recently, it looks like DL could be the next big thing.

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Automating software tests: One project's journey

Quality Assurance

In this post, ObjectStyle's test engineer Oksana Koyro shares the story of how her software project went from having manual tests to test automation. We hope this information will be useful to anyone who is getting started with automated tests.

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Why 50% of IT projects fail, and how to NOT let that happen to you

Agile

Some 50 years since the inception of project management, more than 50% of IT projects still fail, because they run out of time, resources, funds, etc. Will there come a day when we’ll be able to plan and execute projects successfully? Well live and see.

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UX Cafe: Using Customer Journey Maps to Improve User Experience

Web Design

A customer journey map is a visual representation (a scheme, a drawing or a diagram) of the path your customers take when dealing with your business, and the "touch points" along this path. Creating these maps for different buyer personas ensures great UX.